Ladin wrote:If you look to resolume benchmarks, how performs Titan in 4K (about 10 -12 layers in 4K /30fps), i believe, that it won´t be so hot.. If you will compare GTX 970 in games with Titan X and then their performance in 4K resolume (there is almost zero gain in performance between these cards)
Are you saying that the Titan X performs noticeably better while gaming, but not with Resolume? I have had in-depth experience with both Titan X and GTX970 in Resolume (in professional settings) and I can tell you that the Titan indeed performs better. I could stay above 30fps while running more layers on a larger canvas. I think it is harder to tell when people are mostly pushing a 4K texture to a 1080p output, but when pushing 8600 x 1200 out to 5 WUXGA projectors, blended and mapped, we were glad we upgraded to the Titan X.
Ladin wrote:Maybe I´m completely wrong, but isn´t reason, that GTX 970 and Titan X performs almost identically, that the Resolume is 32bit application and can´t addres more, than 3,5 (4) gigs of VRAM? So the Titan (and 980ti) can´t benefit from higher amount of videomemory?
I was under the impression that Resolume (being 32-bit) maxes out at 4GB of CPU RAM, not VRAM, and that since Resolume does ALL its rendering on the GPU, it makes sense to get a GPU with the most VRAM possible (at least in the GeForce series––the Quadro drivers seem to limit the GPU at 4GB of VRAM––I tested this using NVIDIA's GPU Monitor with an M6000, which has 12GB of VRAM, and after running more and more layers the usage plateaus at 33% or 4GB).
Can we get a developer to confirm some of this?
Also, I hope this can soon become a thread where users brag about the discounts they got for their new Titan X's